Colette Brown Graham, MD

Colette Brown Graham, MD
Complete Healthcare for Women of Wellington 1397 Medical Park Blvd. Suite 360
Wellington, FL 33414

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About Colette Brown Graham, MD

Colette Brown Graham, MD practices as an OBGYN in Wellington, FL.She graduated from Univ Of Miami Sch Of Med, Miami Fl 33101.
Primary Specialty


Practice Complete Healthcare for Women of Wellington
Gender Female
Education Univ Of Miami Sch Of Med, Miami Fl 33101
Training Boston City Hosp, Obstetrics And Gynecology
Services Colette Brown Graham, MD offers OBGYN services in Wellington, FL at 1397 Medical Park Blvd. Suite 360, Wellington, FL 33414. Obstetricians & Gynecologists (OBGYN) specialize in female reproductive health issues as well as gynecological health issues.

To learn more about OBGYN services, or to make an appointment with Complete Healthcare for Women of Wellington in Wellington, FL, please call (561) 792-0050.
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Recent Reviews
I read the mostly positive reviews before coming to see Dr. Brown, and was looking forward to the experience. I was interested in having a copper IUD, and wanted to ask her some questions about it and possibly order one.

After at least an hour wait, I went into meet her. She seemed very nice and initially set me at ease, assuring me that it was a simple process. However, while helping me decide if an IUD was right for me, she told me that I shouldn't wait until my early 30s, as I am planning. I am 27. She asked if my boyfriend and I would get married, and when I expressed uncertainty, told me that I needed to move on immediately. Her stated reason for this was not that my body is much better equipped for childbirth now, but that I am "at my cutest and the most likely to attract a husband".

She literally said this. It's not like I haven't heard this common thought expressed before, but I was shocked to hear my doctor give me such antiquated advice. In theory, I appreciate the "let's get real" approach, but this was beyond inappropriate.

She left during my examination to take a phone call. And it's true, the office is very dirty. There are open trash cans, boxes discarded and left open, visible scuff marks on the examination chairs.

Judy, the woman who does scheduling, never did call me back for the IUD, as promised. I returned hesitantly after having an irregular period and strong cramping to check what was wrong, hoping it was not an early pregnancy. (It was not, and Dr. Brown only told me that "it could be any number of awful things.")

When Dr. Brown asked why I never came in to get the IUD, I gave her a look that betrayed my feelings, which she interpreted as blame. She said, "Don't look at me like it's my fault. I wasn't in your house to monitor your decisions" or something to that effect.

Helen, the office manager was very kind and understanding when I explained my reasons for leaving, so I hope it will be addressed.

In summary, I believe Dr. Brown would be a decent doctor for a conservative person about to have a baby. She is very laid back, but to a degree that I find unprofessional and even insulting. She is not someone to see for birth control, or for anyone with even slightly progressive views.
by anonymous
SHe has been my DR for 16 years, I reccomend her to everyone. She is wonderful. She listens to what you have to say. She is compassionate and understanding. The wait time is a little long but that is because she spends time with her patients.
by Tammi
She was not my doctor. My luck, my water broke a week early and my doctor was not on duty. Everyone, dreams of having a great birthing experience especially with their first child...I did not! First of all, I will never ever go to Wellington Regional ever again. The Labor and Delivery department, was less then impressive. While in labor and in pain, they had several different nurses, changing shifts coming in and out asking me the same questions over and over. This doctor, came in for 10 mins, didn't really introduce herself, seemed upset she was called in, mumbled something to the nurses and I didn't see her until the next morning, where she started preparing for a c-section without even telling me. When I asked questions, she was very abrupt, we need to get the baby out.....didn't really answer anything. My husband reminded the nurses and the doctor several times that we wanted to preserve the cord blood. It was part of our birthing plan, they all agreed several times; in fact at one point they basically told him to shut up and that they remembered. They took me in, talked about dinner and vacation during my c-section, wouldn't let my husband take one picture. He didn't cut the umbilical cord, they rushed him out........when all was done and I was in the room. The doctor showed up about 30 mins later. My husband asked about the cord blood, just because he wanted to make sure everything was okay; the doctor verbatim said "oh s***" and said she forgot, rushed to the operating room with a nurse and tried to salvage it from the garbage. Needless to say the specimen was discarded at the lab, for poor collection. A whole week after the c-section, I was double over in pain, not realizing this poor excuse for a doctor left the placenta inside of me....MY original doctor thankfully took over at this point........most horrible experience of my life!!!!!!
by NewMommie